Participate in the 2023 MM&K Private Equity and Venture Capital Compensation Survey to obtain the most recent insights into the pay trends
June 21, 2023
Last month MM& launched its 28th annual Private Equity & Venture Capital Compensation Survey of the European Private Equity and Venture Capital Industry.
The survey covers both short-term and long-term aspects of pay and incentive practice in the private equity, venture capital and infrastructure fund management space, including in the fund-of-funds and secondaries space. Short-term compensation includes base salary and annual bonus levels, as well as the design features of annual bonus plans in this sector. Long-term compensation focuses on the structure of carried interest plans and co-investment plans. We also report information on a large number of other people and reward issues. This year, the report will also include an in-depth diversity and gender pay analysis.
The results of the 2022 Survey indicated that a large majority of firms expect to increase the number of their administrative (70%) and investment (75%) staff respectively.
Earlier this year we conducted a pulse survey, that focused on overall changes in base salaries, following the end of year reviews. The findings show that more than 60% of firms review salaries in December / January. 82% and 89% of firms increased the salaries for their Non-Partners senior and junior investment professionals respectively. The main survey will examine those changes on a more granular level, as well as look into all other aspects of pay.
The European Survey covers 53 investment and non-investment roles.
If you are a partner or an executive in a Private Equity / Venture Capital/ Infrastructure or Real Estate Fund Management business and you believe that your firm might benefit from participating, please contact Margarita Skripina or request your questionnaire here.
To find out more about MM&K’s 2023 PE/VC Compensation Survey click here.